Französischer Dom Berlin | venue at Gendarmenmarkt
Seated hall of the Friedrichstadtkirche

Französischer Dom

The event venue with its own viewing platform

Event venue Französischer Dom for 500 guests

1,000 m² of event space is spread over two connected buildings - the Französische Friedrichstadt Kirche and the Französischer Dom. The venue is the place for representative events, conferences, award ceremonies or dinners. Halls of different sizes are available for this purpose. Large groups opt for the hall of the Friedrichstadtkirche. Smaller ones choose the banquet hall with balconies overlooking the Gendarmenmarkt.

Viewing platform and restaurant

The location has its own observation deck with 360-degree panoramic views of Berlin's Mitte district. The restaurant Hugo & Notte can also be used for events and takes care of event catering.

Directly on the Gendarmenmarkt

The location is on the most beautiful square in Berlin. Concert hall, State Opera, Humboldt Forum and much more are within walking distance. It is 20 minutes to Berlin's main train station.

Large hall with green lighting and green screens with ICEs on them.
At a glance
1.000 m² event area
500 people
3 halls, 2 salons
Daylight in all rooms
Court and own viewing platform
Right on the Gendarmenmarkt
Organic drinks and snacks
100% green electricity
Function rooms

Seating options with number of seats

  Floor sqm L x W H Row Parl. Banq. U Round Recept. Daylight
Hall 2 720 24 x 30 20 340* 196 220     500 yes
Georges-Casalis-Hall 0 160 16 x 10 3,5 90 52 70     150 yes
Ballroom   105 14 x 7,5 5,9 72   52 28   80 yes
Salon Godet   22 5 x 4,4 2,7             yes
Court 0 45 24 x 30               yes

* for concert seating up to 500

Historisches Foto von der Französischen Friedrichstadtkirche
From history

A refugee church stands in the middle of Berlin's most famous square. Built by and for the French religious refugees - the Huguenots. The laying of the foundation stone took place in the presence of Crown Prince Friedrich Wilhelm. The more famous French Cathedral was built decades later around 1780, at the same time as the German Cathedral. Both are the hallmarks of the Gendarmenmarkt, which is said to be modelled after the Roman Piazza de Popolo.

Map of Berlin with directions
Enquiry phone: +49 (0) 30 52 68 021-200
Gendarmenmarkt 5, 10117 Berlin
Underground: U5/U6 until Unter den Linden/Friedrichstraße, 6 min. walk or U2 until Hausvogteiplatz, 3 min. walk
Train: S1/S2/S3/S5/S7/S9/S25/S26 until Friedrichstraße, 11 min. walk
Bus: 100/300/TXL until Unter den Linden/Friedrichstraße, 6 min. walk or 147 until Französische Straße, 3 min. walk


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